Its been a few months since I have posted so here is a little catch up.........
One night we were bord and decided to slide the kids down the stairs in boxes. We had alot of fun! And no one got hurt!
CITY OF ROCKS!
Our first camping trip
For our first camping trip of the year we went to City of Rocks the first weekend in May. We spent alot of time with the Fowers Family. One day we spent the whole day Rock climbing. Colby was a little spider monkey. He climbed the adult run and almost got to the top. The kids loved the rocks. We almost lost Colby, a hiking group found him. We can't wait till next year.
Boys and Girls club kids fair:
in April there was a kids fair at the Idaho Center. We got to ride Horses. We saw the Fire Truck. And we mad flower pots. It was alot of fun and everyone was tired after it was all over.
For Easter we had dinner at the Larimores. There is always a big egg hunt for the kids and the Adults. The kids liked to play in the water. I said "don't play in the water." Of course the kids played in the water.
MORGAN - Janice Heaton Fowers, 76, died Monday, October 25, 2010 at Manor Care in Ogden.
She was born December 4, 1933 in Brigham City, UT, the daughter of Harley Leora and Anna Jane Lundberg Heaton. Janice married Raymond Germer Fowers on May 16, 1953. He passed away in 2002.
She is survived by four children: Lewis R. (Jane) Fowers, Ogden; Anne L. (Dennis) Stevens, Morgan; Carol R. (Richard) Schafer, Boise, ID; David L. (Sadie) Fowers, Sandy; 12 grandchildren; 9 great-grandchildren; brothers Jon C. Heaton, Joel B. (Kathy) Heaton; and sister Glenda (Larry) Johnson.
Janice was preceded in death by her husband, parents, two brothers: Harley LaVar Heaton and Hayden Larry Heaton; and two sisters: Karen Heaton McCall and Catherine Joy.
The the 4th of July this year we went to Silver City Idaho. It is this little mining town started in the late 1800's.
Oscar and I got to ride the four wheeler into to town. Oscar Love it and had so much fun!
We found a nice little picnic spot by the creek and had lunch. We even had Woody stop by!
We walked to the Cemetary to look at all the old head stones. A couple years ago some snow mobilers came in and stole some of the head stones. And the ones they didn't take they destroyed.
We then went to the Hotel and had some Ice cream. The holtel you can still stay in for $75 a night. I wouldn't stay there it on a hill side and looks like its ready to fall! Inside there is several of the original items. Even some Wells Fargo stuff.
This is Nellie before the Trip she was happy and ready for a day of fun. At the end of the day she was pretty grumpy. But we had alot of fun!